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Freeman Lewis Sibley

March 29, 1950 - February 28, 2023

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date March 17, 2023

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On Tuesday, February 28, 2023 Freeman Lewis Sibley was called home to be with his Lord and Savior. Born March 29, 1950 the late William Roosevelt Sibley and Martella Sibley.  He was the fourth child of a family of ten siblings. He met Annell Wyatt and they united in matrimony in 1976. Through their union together they had two children.

Freeman was a free-spirited man that loved life and lived it to the fullest. Anyone who met Freeman was greeted with a welcoming personality and big smile. He loved being around people and was always ready to engage in a conversation. People loved him and was drawn to his friendly outgoing nature. He was carefree and venturous and didn’t shy away from anything. Freeman was a decorated soldier and Vietnam veteran who served in the military nearly twenty years.  Freeman loved the life he was given and the many opportunities he was blessed to experience. He loved his family and friends and he will be greatly missed by all those who loved him.

He is proceeded in death by his (father) William Roosevelt Sibley, (mother) Martella Sibley, (brothers) William Sibley and Ronald Sibley. He leaves to cherish his memory a devoted (ex-wife) Annell Sibley, (son) Teddy Sibley, (daughter) Kimberly Sibley. Also three grandsons, Damion Bunz, Owen Sibley and Colin Sibley. Seven siblings; brothers-Archie (Gail) Sibley, Lemuel (Lisa) Sibley. Sisters-Earthene Sibley, Jewel Sibley, Vivian Sibley, Lenora Smith, and Sylvia Sibley. A lot of nieces and nephews and loving friends.

We want to thank everyone and appreciate your time, calls, prayers and acts of kindness through this difficult time. We will always remember the feeling of love that everyone has given. May God enrich your lives and may God bless you.

With sincere gratitude,

The Sibley family